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Old 02-19-2005, 05:52 AM   #1
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Hello, I have raced mod trucks on carpet oval for 10 years and now a few things about mod motors, but last year I went to a big carpet oval event that ran ROAR 27T motors. I bought a P2K2Pro motor and that ran pretty well for me. Well recently I bought a Epic Bianary2 Motor for using the can with my mod armaturs. Anyway I was wondering if the Bianary 2 armature is ROAR leagal and if it would be beneficial to me to put that in the P2K2Pro can for racing. I am going to that big stock event again this year and thought I might try that. Any thoughts on this and what kind of brushes to get for it?
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Old 02-19-2005, 05:55 AM   #2
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Just so ya know it is not "legal" to swap motor componets.
ie. arms and cans. You are supposed to run the motor they way it came. Minus of course brushes, springs, and shims.
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Old 02-19-2005, 06:06 AM   #3
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Default turning the comm?

That's why I'm asking, like I said, I'm new to these stock rules. Can you turn the comm? Also back to my original queistion, what is difference in the armatures for those 2 motors?
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Old 02-19-2005, 06:24 AM   #4
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Sure, you can turn the comm.....and if you mean the difference between the bianary 2 and the p2k2........the p2k2 favors the torque side of things(not many people run them anymore in touring car unless it's on a really tight track)...... and the bianary favors the top end and is considered the more tricky to gear.........I still prefer the roar stock or the monster....hope this helps
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I see you said oval now.........then stick with the higher rpm motors
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Reedy 767's work great, the new finish line F-brush is a little more torquie, and works good too........putnams also work good......Just a little tougher on the comm though
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There are two meanings to turning the comm. If you are reffering to cutting it yes . If you are reffering to twisting it to advance the timing , then no !!! Its illegal in a race and impossible with any of the newer stock motors.
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The Binary2 is not Roar legal.For oval I would go with a monster.That is all that I use for oval.
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